Bert Sommer was a folk singer who performed at Woodstock in 1969 and had a hit with the song "We're All Playing In The Same Band." He was briefly a member of baroque-pop group the Left Banke, co-writing and singing lead on the "Ivy Ivy"/"And Suddenly" single. Sommer also played Woof in the original Broadway production of Hair and "Flatbush" of Kaptain Kool and the Kongs on The Krofft Supershow in 1976. He did not reprise the role in the second season.
01 - And When It's Over 02 - Jennifer 03 - Things Are Goin' My Way 04 - She's Just A Girl 05 - Tonight Together 06 - The Road To Travel 07 - She's Gone 08 - Hold The Light 09 - A Simple Man 10 - Brink Of Death 11 - A Note That Read
Buffalo Springfield was a folk rock group that served as a springboard for the careers of Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Richie Furay and Jim Messina, two of whom played in rock group Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young later in their career. Buffalo Springfield is best known for the song "For What It's Worth". After the band's formation in April 1966, a series of disruptions, including infighting and the pressure of working in the music industry, resulted in constant changes in the group's lineup and ultimately culminated in the group's disbanding after roughly 25 months. Buffalo Springfield released a total of three albums but left many demo recordings, studio outtakes and live recordings, as well as a reputation for excellent personnel and high band dysfunction. Despite the band's short tenure and relatively limited output it was one of the most influential bands of the 1960s, with virtually all members going on to successful careers and with two (Stills and Young) reaching the top of rock stardom.
01 - Neighbour Don't You Worry 1 02 - Down To The Wire 1 [Neil] 03 - Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It 04 - Instro #1 05 - Instro #2 06 - My Kind Of Love 1 07 - Baby Don't Scold Me 1 08 - Baby Don't Scold Me 2 09 - Down To The Wire 2 10 - We'll See 11 - There Goes My Baby 12 - Neighbour Don't You Worry 2 13 - Ringing Bells 14 - Give Me One More Sign 15 - Come On 16 - Pay The Price 17 - Nobody's Fool 18 - Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing 19 - Rock & Roll Woman 20 - Rock & Roll Woman 2-My Kind Of Love
The Blues Magoos was a rock music group from the Bronx, New York. They were at the forefront of the psychedelic music trend, beginning as early as 1966.The band was formed in 1964 as "The Trenchcoats". The original members were Emil "Peppy" Thielhelm aka Peppy Castro (vocals and guitar), Dennis LePore (lead guitar), Ralph Scala (organ and vocals), Ronnie Gilbert (bass) and John Finnegan (drums). The band made a name for itself in various clubs in Greenwich Village. By 1966 the band had changed its name to fit in with the psychedelic vibe of the times - they first changed their name to the Bloos Magoos, though they changed that to the more conventional Blues Magoos. They also made some line-up changes, bringing in Mike Esposito as lead guitarist, and Geoff Daking as drummer.
01 - Sybil Green (Of The In Between) 02 - I Can Hear The Grass Grow 03 - All The Better To See You With 04 - Yellow Rose 05 - I Wanna Be There 06 - I Can Move A Mountain 07 - President's Council On Psychedelic Fitness 08 - Scarecrow's Love Affair 09 - There She Goes 10 - Accidential Meditation 11 - You're Getting Old 12 - Subliminal Sonic Laxative 13 - Chicken Wire Lady 14 - I Wanna Be There (Mono Single Version) 15 - There She Goes (Mono Single Version) 16 - I Can Hear The Grass Grow (Mono Single Version) 17 - Yellow Rose (Mono Single Version) 18 - Let Your Love Ride 19 - Who Do You Love
Timothy James "Tim" Hardin (1941 – 1980) was an American folk musician and composer. He wrote the Top 40 hits "If I Were a Carpenter", covered by, among others, Joan Baez, Bobby Darin, Johnny Cash, Ramblin' Jack Elliot, and Robert Plant, and "Reason to Believe", covered by many, including Rod Stewart, as well as his own recording career.
01 - Don't Make Promises 02 - Green Rocky Road 03 - Smugglin' Man 04 - How Long 05 - While You're On Your Way 06 - It'll Never Happen Again 07 - Never Too Far 08 - Never Too Far 09 - Part Of The Wind 10 - Ain't Gonna Do Without 11 - Misty Roses 12 - How Can We Hang On To A Dream
A heavy psych band from Tallahassee, FL. "There are elements of rock, R&B, blues, progressive, classical, avant-garde composition, and, to an even greater degree, jazz weaving through the music, while a thick hallucinatory cloud hovers over the whole of the album, giving it an oddly surreal and even ghostly demeanor".(OoD)
01 - Intagible She 02 - Blue Satin 03 - Nothing Left to Do 04 - And I Will Follow 05 - Let It Fly 06 - Now What Are You Looking For 07 - A Face That Doesn't Matter 08 - Waiting
Jay Sneider's first band The Electrons came together in Saco, Maine in 1963. They soon changed their name to The Id and would release two 45s that have become highly prized by moronic record collectors. The second 45 released as Euphoria's Id to differentiate them from several other Ids around at that time. Around 1967 Sneider (now Snyder) and drummer Skip Smith formed Fate. The album was recorded in 1968 under the guidance of Thomas Jefferson Kaye at Studio 3 in New York, where Billy Joel's Hassles would record their debut LP. Demos were sent out and the popular DJ Roscoe (also the voice on an album by John Berberian) started playing it. It would be picked up by a couple more NYC stations, yet the only record label to show any interest was Musicor. Still the band's production company (Elephant 5) chose to pass on the offer, nothing further happened and a disillusioned band went their separate ways.
01 - Sargeant Death 02 - Simone 03 - Sexual Fantasy #3 04 - Having A Cigarette 05 - Track I Need A Woman 06 - Hungry Lovin' Blues 07 - Mannequin 08 - Tribute To The Bo 09 - Smoke & Stone